Tony Wrighton is a familiar face on British TV, known to millions as a sports presenter on Sky Sports.
He is the host of top-rated podcast Zestology, where he goes on a journey to find more energy, vitality and motivation.
Tony joined Sky Sports more than a decade ago. Before that, he worked at radio stations around the UK. He is a long-suffering QPR fan.
He's hosted lots of different sports on Sky Sports including football, golf, basketball, hockey, squash, pool, table tennis and even live ten-pin bowling.
Tony trained in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) back in 2004.
He was given a 3 book deal with Virgin Books, and his NLP-related print books on the subject have been translated into 12 languages including Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, Turkish, Dutch and Croatian.
Tony's podcast Zestology and accompanying blog have interviewed some of the very biggest names in the field worldwide. These include Dr. John Gray, author of the biggest selling hardback non-fiction book of all time - Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, and NYT bestselling author Dave Asprey.
Tony and Andrew chat about meditation, taiji, Tony's experiences with 40 Years of Zen and how not to get sucked up into a sex cult.
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